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post #29 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-18-2008, 11:57 PM
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i just did it by the instructions on the bottle...2 towels i used meguires microfiber out on and wiped off...

after washing my car the next time, i noticed a horrible yellow residue on it....

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post #30 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-19-2008, 12:56 AM
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The PlastX should have washed off with the car wash or sooner....its not something that will just stick around unless you didnt take it off properly....Do you have OEM headlights?

Ive been using the stuff for a little over a year and havnt had any discoloration at all.

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I love this stuff.

I just broke out my UDM this week and applied PlastX via a black pad @ speed 4 on my JDM visors and they are swirl-free now.


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post #32 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-19-2008, 02:59 AM
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never used this stuff before, mainly because i work in a detail shop and i use what i can get for free haha(poor teenager over here) so i just used meguiars fine cut cleaner and meguiars gold wax. made em look pretty close to new. put it on, let it haze over, rubbed the hell out of em and put on the wax.. mmm mmm good!

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I used this stuff on my DD Jetta and it made a hell of a difference for only $6 and some elbow grease.
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post #34 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-20-2008, 12:15 PM
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Think ill have to try this stuff out!
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Meguiars is pretty much the only stuff I use for any car. I will have to try this product out and see how well it does on my 01 santa Fe.

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Just got some for 5 bucks. Awesome product worked great.... Thanks for the info!!!
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post #37 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-23-2008, 09:32 PM
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so just put a little on a rag and scrub the hell out of it and then use another rag with windex to clean it up?
i was going to by this today at walmart with the mini power ball but wasnt sure if that would be more effective
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Got it tonight at K-mart, also picked up 12x16 (3 in a pack) microfiber auto cloths ($12+ total) I'm telling these headlights were yellow/dull. No power ball just put a tab bit on a rag and I worked it in. Then just wipe it off with a 2nd cloth with a little bit of water on it. I did it pretty quickly, but man what a world of differences.

I did the passenger side, the driver side is untouched. It was dark, but you can tell the difference (Night and day) I will take good pics for others to see in the morning! Great product!
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and under control?

ha


i use this 3m buffer/polish ish meant for boats...

hahah

works sooo nice

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Took some good pics and you can tell how good the product works. I believe that I spent 2-3 mins on each of them.

I know the front bumper is bad working on getting one and driver fender.....bring it back to new with some TLC. Other then that it's a great a car!













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It's Meguiars, that says it all

If you want to try the new wax from them, it's called 21

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post #42 of 43 (permalink) Old 09-20-2015, 08:23 AM
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I am working on getting my cars cleaned up and tried Meguires Plasx on my Integra headlights. I was surprised how easily they cleaned up.

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